8 edition of Life and death decision making found in the catalog.
|Statement||Baruch A. Brody.|
|LC Classifications||R725.5 .B76 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 250 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||250|
|LC Control Number||87023965|
At the end the authors shows the great difficulties in making the right decision in a situation where line between life and death is very thin. As neuroscience and medicine developed with time and new frontiers are opened the dilemmas discussed in this book will have different answers and conclusions It is not a book to take lightly/5. The item Life-and-death decision making, Baruch A. Brody represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Brigham Young University. This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch.
Seven in ten Americans over the age of age of sixty who require medical decisions in the final days of their life lack the capacity to make them. For many of us, our biggest, life-and-death decisions—literally—will therefore be made by someone else. They will decide whether we live or die; between long life and quality of life; whether we receive heroic interventions in our final hours. James Rachels in The End of Life: Euthanasia and Morality argues from the consequences that " there is no morally important difference between killing and letting die; if one is permissible (or objectionable), then so is the other, and to the same degree" (p. ). Brody takes the opposite position: While allowing someone to die may be morally.
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Life and Death Decision Making Baruch A. Brody Integrating theory with case studies, this book examines the practical application of moral theory in clinical decision-making through 40 composite cases based on actual clinical experience.
The Heat of the Moment is an incredible memoir of the authors experiences and groundbreaking work into decision-making in the fire service. For non-fiction, this is an extremely fast-paced read as the author skilfully weaves the academic psychology with real-life stories of the horrific scenes that emergency service encounter on a daily basis and autobiographical snippets of her own life.4/5.
Life and Death Decision-Making Baruch Brody New York and Oxford, Oxford University Press,xiixpp One expects a high standard of performance from Baruch Brody, and this book does not disappoint.
Brody is a professor of philosophy at Rice University and professor of. Scott Sundby's book is a must read for anyone interested in the death penalty in the United States. It takes years of research by the Capital Jury Project and encapsulates it into two case studies.
The cold statistics come to life as Sundby relates how different factors influence the life and death decisions that go on across America in death penalty trials through the eyes of each juror on the by: Individuals who are facing declining health and eventual death experience intense emotional and psychological challenges.
Life and Death Decisions offers mental health practitioners invaluable information about the choices that people must make regarding how they will die, or how they will resist dying, and about the ethical issues involved in making those : Making Decisions About Life-Sustaining Medical Treatment in Patients with Dementia.
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Professionalism and Decision-Making for the First Responder: How Paramedics Act Decisively in the Chaos of Prehospital Emergency Medicine” as Want to Read: Medical knowledge is important in responding to life-and-death emergencies for paramedics/5. This book moves away from the frameworks that have traditionally guided ethical decision-making in the Western clinical setting, towards an inclusive, non-coercive and, reflective dialogic approach to moral decision-making.
Inspired in part by Jürgen Habermas’s discourse theory of morality and princ. Life and Death Decision in the Clinical Setting is especially relevant in our contemporary era, characterised medically by an ever-increasing armamentarium of life-sustaining technology, but also by increasing multiculturalism, a multiplicity of faiths, and increasing value pluralism.
Asking the tough life and death questions. Dr Bhatia recently published a book that considers the legal and ethical issues on decisions to withhold or even withdraw treatment for extremely premature babies.
‘Part of my goal is to get discussion and debate happening. We need it and it's important.’. Real-life case studies are used to present moral theory and the ethical issues involved in life and death dilemmas in this challenging book for all medical decision-makers.
Praise for A Life and Death Decision “In this most recent publication from the prolific capital jury project, Sundby (law, Washington and Lee Univ.) reports the details of a single murder case as it unfolds, from the shifting perspectives of the jurors who have to decide whether to impose the death by: Life and Death Decision Making, by Baruch A.
Brody. Veatch RM. KIE: Veatch considers the pluralistic casuistry theory advocated by Baruch Brody in his book, Life and Death Decision Making, to be an important contribution to the secular medical ethics by: 2. With a life in the balance, a jury convicts a man of murder and now has to decide whether he should be put to death.
Twelve people now face a momentous choice. Bringing drama to life, A Life and Death Decision gives unique insight into how a jury deliberates/5.
Life and Death Decisions offers mental health practitioners invaluable information about the choices that people must make regarding how they will die, or how they will resist dying, and about the ethical issues involved in making those choices. The book offers a presentation of the major moral, value-based, and ethical principles that guide.
This book aims to underscore the moral philosophical foundations for having a meaningful conversation. Life and Death Decision in the Clinical Setting is especially relevant in our contemporary era, characterised medically by an ever-increasing armamentarium of life-sustaining technology, but also by increasing multiculturalism, a multiplicity.
In their article in the December edition, Kitzinger and Wilkinson (‘A matter of life and death’, December ) argue that the use of advanced decisions rather than relying on surrogate decisions ensures that end-of-life care reflects our wishes and painting surrogate decisions as errorful and advanced decisions as relatively error-free does not reflect the reality of human.LIFE and DEATH DECISION MAKING by Baruch A.
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